Poetry Books by Helen Rowland

Helen Rowland Books, Helen Rowland poetry book Making Sense of the Bible Authors: Helen-Ann Hartley
Publisher: SPCK
Published Date: 2011-06-17
Categories: Religion
One of a series of 6 small books dealing in a short and accessible way with the key concerns for Christians. Again and again, we hear that such-and-such an opinion is not 'biblical', implying that the Bible speaks with a unified voice on any matter. With humour and examples drawn from art and life, Helen-Ann Hartley argues that our reading of this varied collection of writings has to be generous, not exclusive. To appreciate fully the Bible's richness and diversity, we have to wrestle critically and creatively with themes that attract us and repel us. Not only should we draw meaning from the Bible, we must let our lives contribute meaning to the stories it tells, engaging in conversation with those stories and allowing them to urge us into being -- to think, speak and act. Ultimately, to make sense of the Bible, we need to make sense of who we are in relationship to God.

Helen Rowland Books, Helen Rowland poetry book Explorer of the Universe Authors: Helen Wright
Publisher: American Institute of Physics
Published Date: 1994-03-15
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
A reprint edition of a 1966 biography of foremost astronomer George Ellery Hale, who laid much of the foundation of modern astrophysics and observational cosmology. He's best known for the planning and building of the 200-inch Hale Telescope of the Palomar Mountain Observatory. This book features a new introduction by Allan Sandage and an index not included in the original work. Since the history of astrophysics is mostly undocumented, this work provides a rare look at Hale's scientific achievements: his invention of the spectroheliograph, his discovery of the magnetic nature of sunspots, and his legendary leadership in founding the Yerkes, Mount Wilson, and Palomar Mountain Observatories.

Helen Rowland Books, Helen Rowland poetry book Women and Romance Fiction in the English Renaissance Authors: Helen Hackett
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Published Date: 2006-11-02
Categories: Literary Criticism
This book, first published in 2000, is a study of women as readers and writers of Renaissance romance.

Helen Rowland Books, Helen Rowland poetry book Bloomsdale: Sketches of the Old-time Home of the John Newbold Family Authors: Helen Van Uxem Cubberly
Publisher:
Published Date: 1930
Categories: Historic buildings
Bloomsdale Mansion, built in 1752 at Bristol-on-Delaware in New Jersey, was the family home of John Newbold (1772-1841). John, a descendant of Michael Newbold, founder of the family in the United States, married Elizabeth Lawrie in 1795.

Helen Rowland Books, Helen Rowland poetry book Theological Reflection for Human Flourishing Authors: Helen Cameron, John Reader, Victoria Slater
Publisher: Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd
Published Date: 2012
Categories: Religion
Practical theology and theological reflection are growing areas of theological studies. This book aims to create a bridge between pastoral practice and public theology.

Helen Rowland Books, Helen Rowland poetry book American Bottles & Flasks and Their Ancestry Authors: Helen McKearin, Kenneth M. Wilson
Publisher: Random House Value Pub
Published Date: 1978
Categories: Science
Illustrated and recorded in detail with new charts listing previously unrecorded examples and colors, this reference lists beverage and spirit bottles, medicines and bitters, utilitarians, and Figured Flasks

Helen Rowland Books, Helen Rowland poetry book Humorous Cryptograms Authors: Helen Nash
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Published Date: 1995
Categories: Games & Activities
"A collection of 400 witty or humorous quotations along with their authors' names...have been enciphered into simple substitution ciphers with retained word divisions. Authors include Groucho Marx, Andy Rooney, Bill Cosby, David Letterman, Bob Hope, Emma Bombeck and many more....Excellent and...fun."--Cryptologia. If stuck, get help from special clue sections. 128 pages, 5 3/8 x 8 1/4.

Helen Rowland Books, Helen Rowland poetry book Men -- Conflicted about Women Authors: Helen Rowland
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Published Date: 2016-06-25
Categories:
Excerpt from the Greeting: "Hear me, my Daughter, and give ear unto my wisdom, that you may understand man-his goings and his comings, his stayings-out and his return in the morning, his words of honey and his ways of guile. Beloved, question me not, where I have learned of man, his secrets. Have I not known one man well? And truly, a woman need know but one man, in order to understand all men; whereas a man may know all women and understand not one of them. For men are of but one pattern, wherein you need but to discover the secret combination; but women are as the Yale lock-no two of them are alike." This edition is adapted from "The Sayings of Mrs. Solomon," by Helen Rowland, published in 1913.

Helen Rowland Books, Helen Rowland poetry book The Sayings of Mrs. Solomon As Revealed to Helen Rowland Authors: Helen Rowland
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Published Date: 2016-06-20
Categories:
Excerpt from the Greeting: "Hear me, my Daughter, and give ear unto my wisdom, that you may understand man-his goings and his comings, his stayings-out and his return in the morning, his words of honey and his ways of guile. Beloved, question me not, where I have learned of man, his secrets. Have I not known one man well? And truly, a woman need know but one man, in order to understand all men; whereas a man may know all women and understand not one of them. For men are of but one pattern, wherein you need but to discover the secret combination; but women are as the Yale lock-no two of them are alike."

Helen Rowland Books, Helen Rowland poetry book A Guide to Men Authors: Helen Rowland
Publisher:
Published Date: 2020-09-14
Categories:
Brilliantly, satirically, with the serpent's wisdom, the author discloses him to you, between these covers -- a laugh on every page.



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